Rovinj’s Adriatic Hotel is turning to ecology and withdrawing plastic from use

first_imgHotel employees, suppliers, partners and guests and citizens who enjoy hotel services are actively involved in the implementation of this initiative. In 2018, Adriatic started using replacement paper straws instead of plastic ones. By June this year, the hotel will stop using 80 percent of plastic products (bathroom amenities, beverage bottles, bags, containers, cups, etc.) for single use in order to completely eliminate them from use in all its accommodation by the end of 2019. units, bars and restaurant. Furthermore, by the end of the year, Adriatic will use only biological cleaners and support cooperation with suppliers whose products (cosmetics, printed materials and even staff uniforms) are made from natural, biological, environmentally friendly or recycled materials. Maistra is aware of the growing threat that plastic pollution poses to marine biodiversity, so they have decided to take concrete steps in their business to reduce pollution. Hotel Adriatic will replace all disposable plastic items with available alternatives. Hotel guests will have, among other things, the opportunity to choose environmentally conscious experiences during their vacation. They will be able, for example, to watch dolphins with local dolphin whisperers or get information about the Rovinj organic market, award-winning Istrian producers of organic olive oil, sustainable shopping opportunities and the like.center_img “Many large corporations have decided to eliminate plastic from their daily activities, among them hoteliers. As the first hotel in Croatia without plastic for single use, Hotel Adriatic strives to be a leader in innovation and sustainability and invites all its employees to responsible business that will allow guests to actively participate in this environmental action and a unique experience of the Adriatic Sea.”, Said the President of the Management Board of Maistra, Tomislav Popovic.last_img read more

March for our Lives Day, 2018

first_img March 23, 2018 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf National Issues,  Proclamations,  Public Safety WHEREAS, the safety of all Pennsylvania school students is a concern of the highest consequence, and all citizens should unite in ensuring all schools throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania are safe; andWHEREAS, over 1.7 million students are enrolled in public schools and over 248,000 students are enrolled in private schools across the commonwealth; and,WHEREAS, March For Our Lives is a movement dedicated to the student-led activism born out of the Parkland, Florida tragedy around putting an end to mass shootings in our schools; and,WHEREAS, politicians, law enforcement, school officials, and citizens must come together to put an end to senseless violence in American; andWHEREAS, we must honor the active and devoted citizens who have courageously given their time and efforts to demand the necessary steps to ensure the safety of our students and teachers; and,WHEREAS, the proposed bill, STOP School Violence Act of 2018, is a step in the right direction by providing recourses to take the next steps in protecting our children; and,WHEREAS, it is especially important that students and teachers across the nation be guaranteed a healthy, calm, and secure environment.THEREFORE, I, Tom Wolf, Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do hereby proclaim March 24, 2018, to be MARCH FOR OUR LIVES DAY in recognition of the all those who have lost their lives to senseless gun violence. I encourage all citizens to continue their efforts to promote safety and awareness.GIVEN under my hand and the Seal of the Governor, at the City of Harrisburg, this twenty-second day of March two thousand eighteen, the year of the commonwealth the two hundred forty-second.TOM WOLFGovernorRead full text of the proclamation below. You can also view the proclamation on Scribd and as a PDF.Governor Wolf Proclamation — March for Our Lives Day 2018 by Governor Tom Wolf on Scribd March for our Lives Day, 2018 SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

AIE selects Höegh LNG’s FSRU for its Port Kembla import project

first_imgThe Australian-led consortium, Australian Industrial Energy signed a deal with Norway’s Höegh LNG for the supply of a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) for the proposed Port Kembla Gas Terminal (PKGT)The FSRU will be moored at Berth 101 in Port Kembla’s inner harbor and accept cargoes of liquefied natural gas from LNG carriers, store the LNG and convert it onboard from liquid back to gas, the company said in a statement.The gas will then be transferred onshore and be piped into the gas transmission network, AIE said.The facility, the first LNG import terminal in New South Wales, will have the capacity to supply in excess of 100PJ per annum, sufficient to meet over 70 percent of NSW’s total gas needs.Construction of the terminal is likely to require a capital investment of between $200m and $300 million, AIE said in an earlier statement.The consortium, comprising Australia’s Squadron Energy and Japan’s Marubeni and Jera, added the facility will provide increased certainty of gas supply to New South Wales.last_img read more

Highlights, lowlights as NFL teams get creative with 2020 schedule releases on social media

first_imgHere are some of the more notable outputs:2020 NFL SCHEDULE RELEASE:Strength of schedule rankings | Best “revenge” gamesFun NFL schedule announcementsBroncos troll fans with fake early releaseOur 2020 schedule is … pic.twitter.com/F0HMVU0IYE— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) May 7, 2020Panthers hit Falcons with hidden 28-3 joke (check the Week 5 plane)Bored in the house but counting the days until our Sunday Best 🏠 pic.twitter.com/vlAcmdei4V— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) May 7, 2020Bengals go cigar-themed for Joe BurrowSpecial Delivery 📦Our 2020 schedule has ARRIVED… pic.twitter.com/uzhfkya7jE— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) May 7, 2020Dolphins’ graphics team deserves a raiseAnything on TV? 🧐🎟 >> https://t.co/7xqCbu4Uth pic.twitter.com/4m0vJpxPtH— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) May 7, 2020Lions go all-out, and we respect itThis is your world. Prepare to see it as never before…Planet Lions.Brought to you by Lions Experiences: https://t.co/qsnGRg7VJJ pic.twitter.com/7fvW7lhFye— Detroit Lions (@Lions) May 7, 2020Mediocre NFL schedule announcementsSteelers keep it simple but effective2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣0️⃣. #HereWeGo📺: Schedule Release ’20 on @NFLNetwork now pic.twitter.com/sOHZHv3Kzu— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) May 8, 2020Jaguars roll with the [email protected] | More: https://t.co/m2vC0iZMsc pic.twitter.com/ebEVCzPb6d— #DUUUVAL (@Jaguars) May 7, 2020Rams do bare minimum‼️ 2020 is gonna be HUGE ‼️ pic.twitter.com/V0wV12T2GI— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) May 7, 2020Broncos use overdone ‘Full House’ referenceYou wanted the schedule?You got it, dude. pic.twitter.com/qxRtusUVGJ— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) May 7, 2020Bad NFL schedule announcements49ers too cool to include wordsFreeze all motor functions. The 2020 schedule is here. pic.twitter.com/SwB2YjOpCh— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) May 7, 2020Browns, Eagles among teams without announcement video Some teams took advantage of the opportunity, while others kept things simple or missed the mark entirely. NFL social media account managers have likely been bored out of their minds lately without the typical level of access to in-person video activities with recently drafted players or group OTAs.On Thursday, they had a rare chance to be creative with their accounts.last_img read more

Ebola Relief Assistance to the Episcopal Church of Liberia

first_imgOn Saturday, November 8, at the St. David’s Episcopal Church, 43600 Russell Branch Parkway, Ashburn, Virginia, a truck will be loaded with medical supplies, including disposable gowns, gloves, face masks, goggles, etc., various pain killers, Clorox/sanitation products, high energy drinks, boxes of 25lbs parboiled rice, 100 large cans kidney beans, luncheon meat/corned beef/spam, etc. The items will be packed in a 20-ft freight container and shipped to the Episcopal Church of Liberia. Prior to this, a truck from the shippers will pick up donated medical supplies and materials from the Trinity Episcopal Church, 7005 Piney Branch Road, NW, Washington DC 20012. The contents in the container are estimated at US$60,000 and are designated for those affected by the deadly Ebola Virus Disease, living in the rural areas of Liberia. Ebola Care Centers are set to benefit from many of the medical and relief supplies. The cost for trucking and shipment is approximately US$4,800. An additional amount is being earmarked to assist the Episcopal Church of Liberia with logistics/transportation to distribute donated materials in rural Liberia. The container is expected to arrive at the Freeport of Monrovia within 30-35 days after it departs the Port of Baltimore, Maryland. The Rt. Rev. Jonathan B.B. Hart, Bishop of Liberia and Archbishop of the Internal Province of West Africa (IPWA) is Church’s direct contact person in Liberia. The Episcopal Relief and Development – ERD will assist with the distribution in Liberia.The Liberian Episcopal Community USA (LECUSA) in collaboration with the clergy and parishioners of St. David’s Episcopal Church, Ashburn, St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Reston, both in the Diocese of Virginia; and Trinity Episcopal Church, Washington D.C. are spare heading this Ebola Relief Assistance project to Liberia. LECUSA and partners have received moral support from The Episcopal Church (TEC), Episcopal Relief and Development – ERD, Global Relations and Partnership Office, Bishop Mark Beckwith – the Covenant Committee TEC/ECL, etc. Financial and material donations have come from LECUSA members, parishioners of St. David’s and St. Anne’s, the Union of Black Episcopalians – UBE, Church Pension Group – CPG, local Episcopal parishes and Missions, non-Episcopal churches, organizations and individuals throughout the USA. The LECUSA website: www.lecusa.net provides updated information/materials on the Ebola crisis with a secured area for an on line donation. On September 27, at St. David’s Episcopal Church, Ashburn, LECUSA and partners conducted an Ecumenical Worship Service of Love and Care for Liberia, and the Rev. Dr. James T. Yarsiah, LECUSA Chairman served as preacher. Yarsiah shared excerpts from a letter he received by email from Bishop Hart, written on August 2, 2014 by Dr. Benjamin Dorme Lartey, Immediate Past General Secretary. “Ecumenical Greetings, We wish to appeal for your prayers for LIBERIA, SIERRA LEONE and GUINEA. The EBOLA situation is alarming and killing us!!!!!! No one know who is next only GOD!!!!” In response to the health crisis in West Africa, St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Reston along with other faith communities hosted a Candlelight Vigil for West Africa on Sunday, November 2nd at 6 p.m. on Lake Anne Plaza in Reston, Virginia.Nearly 4,900 deaths from Ebola have been recorded across West Africa since the virus was first detected in Guinea. Liberia has been the hardest hit of the countries most affected by the virus, with 2,705 deaths and 4,665 recorded cases.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more